There is lots of help available to give you the tools to make the most out of your new account and to start saving for the future.

Learn in Person

Community organizations all across Massachusetts offer classes and workshops to help you learn how to:

  1. Stay on a budget
  2. Managing a checking account
  3. Improve your credit rating
  4. Pay off debt
  5. Save for the future

The Massachusetts Financial Education Collaborative provides a constantly up-dated online calendar of financial education workshops, seminars and programs in your area, which you can search by location, subject or category.  The website also has an array of other tools to help you manage your finances.  To learn more, click here ( www.masssaves.org)

Learn Online

On line classes and resources are an easy way to learn how to manage your new account, create and manage a budget for your family, file taxes free and so much more.  Explore the following links to learn more:

FDIC’s Money Smart: http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/moneysmart/mscbi/mscbi.html

The Beehive: http://thebeehive.org/money/manage-your-money

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy: http://360financialliteracy.org

Smart About Money.Org: http://www.smartaboutmoney.org

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